Are you on the fence and unsure where to study? Take a look at these ten campuses and see if their beauty and intrigue can pursue you. The United States is home to some of the world’s most beautiful college campuses—you might as well enjoy them while you pursue your academic dreams! 1.Vanderbilt University Image Source: http://en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia
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Annie Rose Stathes - September 2013 Without a doubt, the United States is a beautiful country. Thankfully, numerous colleges and universities throughout the country have harnessed its beauty and provided students with beautiful places to live and study. The following article lists (in no particular order) ten beautiful campuses in the United States. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN
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If you are wondering what you should ‘get a masters in’ by going back to school, you may want to consider one of the 5 fastest growing careers that require a graduate degree. All five choices represent occupations with the most projected growth between 2016-26 as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), where the typical entry-level education is a master’s degree.i
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Selecting a career can be a challenging task. You must identify and clarify your needs and desires and then find a career that satisfies them all or at least a majority of them. The following article provides a list of some careers that you might find interesting that also pay well. Each of the fields below offers a median salary of more than $70,000 annually according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the majority of the fields listed below offer a median salary of more than $100,000 annually.
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What an Undergraduate Should Know About Applying to Graduate School Graduate studies are often held in high regard by undergraduate students. While this can contribute to the allure and appeal of pursuing higher education, it may also create some unrealistic perceptions of the application requirements, or their ability to pursue a graduate degree. These perceptions might discourage some students from seriously considering earning a graduate degree.
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Information complied by the GradSchools.com team - updated November 2012 Are you entering your senior year of college, and finding you’re passionate about finance or Dutch Renaissance art? Are you a mid-career professional, stuck in a cubicle and dreaming of a doctorate in education? Are you retired and looking for a way to engage your mind?
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Why Go To Graduate School? So you have made it through four years of college and have earned your degree. Now what? Good question. Ready for the answer? Graduate school.
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What's the Difference between Graduate and Undergraduate School? There are many differences between earning an undergraduate vs graduate degree. First, undergraduate degrees are distinguished between associate’s and bachelor’s, whereas graduate degrees are master’s and doctorates. Plus, there are a variety of certificate programs that are available at different levels. Curriculum Differences Between Degree Levels
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A master’s degree is the specialized academic course of study intended to hone your professionalism in the area you choose. Master’s programs can last anywhere from one to three years depending upon the particular course you’ve chosen. During your master’s program you can expect to take classes and exams, and in some cases you may conduct research and write a thesis or dissertation. Depending upon the school you’re attending, you may also have the option of teaching, which can help defray the cost of your tuition as well as provide you with important experience. Masters vs Bachelors
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